Applying the Patient-Centered Medical Home Model to Your Clinic or Health Center
The patient-centered medical home model of primary care is a holistic approach to patient care. This section provides resources about how this patient-centered care model is being implemented in safety net facilities to provide quality care.
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Americares, BD Advancing Community Health: Driving Quality Outcomes in Free and Charitable Clinics
Americares seeks to improve health outcomes at the population level by championing the safety net sector’s transition to a value-based health care delivery model. Our BD Advancing Community Health: Driving Quality Outcomes Program will support the implementation of national, evidence-based standards at the clinic level. Americares will select two free or charitable clinics to receive a total of $100,000 each to support obtaining NCQA recognition as a PCMH in year one. Quality improvement experts will help providers integrate behavioral health into primary care services, enabling them to offer holistic care to patients as part of this project.
- BD Advancing Community Health: Driving Quality Outcomes in Free and Charitable Clinics Overview
- Americares Clinic Eligibility Requirements
- Americares PCMH Program and Timeline Details
- Americares PCMH Background Document, History of PCMH
- PCMH 101 Webinar Slides
- PCMH 201 Webinar Slides
- Patient Centered Care: What Does it Take? - The Commonwealth Fund
- Medical Home and Patient Centered Care - National Acadamey for State Health Policy
- HRSA Patient-Centered Medical/Health Home Initiative - HRSA
- Resource Page on Clinical Medical Homes - National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC)
- Medical Home Safety Net Initiative (National Patient-Centered Medical Home Demonstration)
- Patient-Centered Medical Home Program Recognition - National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
- The Building Blocks of High-Performing Primary Care: Lessons from the Field - CA Healthcare Foundation